VIDEO: Why little Malta is a big attraction

Perfectly situated in the middle of the Mediterranean, Malta gets more than 300 days of sunshine per year.

Published: Tue 13 Oct 2020 15:16 CEST
VIDEO: Why little Malta is a big attraction
View of Ramla Bay. Photo: Getty

It boasts clear waters that are ideal for swimming and snorkelling and one of the world’s finest red sand beaches. In the historic capital Valletta, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Grand Harbour, unforgettable architecture, evenings spent listening to live music and much more.

The Maltese archipelago attracted nearly 2.8m international visitors last year. You can find a list of countries from which you can now travel to Malta without having to quarantine here.  



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